Discover what you can see and do in our galleries. All galleries are free except for some temporary exhibitions.
The Earth Hall in the Red Zone, including the Visions of Earth gallery and globe escalator, is closed from 10 March until 2 April. Sorry for any inconvenience.
The celestial statues are being removed to make way for an exciting new display to be announced later in the year.
Entering the Museum at the Exhibition Road entrance? Use the Earth Today and Tomorrow gallery to access the Blue, Green and Orange Zone galleries (including the Central Hall and Dinosaurs).
Use the stairs or lift to reach the upper Earth galleries, including Volcanoes and Earthquakes.
At a glance, these are the bits no visitor wants to miss in the Museum's galleries - from our stunning Images of Nature to the ever-popular Dinosaurs gallery.
Worth a check before you visit. This is the place to look for news of new specimens on display, gallery closures, and maintenance.
Experience the age of dinosaurs, meet the blue whale and discover amazing facts about life, the planet, our environment and evolution.
Investigate Earth’s ecology. Meet a dodo. Learn about the meteorites that shaped this planet. Admire the great Central Hall. All this and more.
Explore our ever-changing planet. Find out about the massive natural forces that shape it, the treasures we take from it, and what we can do to preserve it.
Explore the Wildlife Garden and see into the spectacular Darwin Centre.
Make sure you always know where you are and where you’re going with the help of our maps.